Support is available to all students with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
From September 2014, every Local Authority will be required to publish information about services they expect to be available in their area for children and young people from birth to 25 who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND); and also services outside of the area which they expect children and young people from their area will use. This will be known as the ‘Local Offer’.
The Local Offer will put all the information about education, health and care services, leisure activities and support groups in one place.
Please note the college is now using the new terminology EHCP in place of the previously used Statements, LDA/139a, the 139a is no longer a legal document and all current statement’s will be converted into EHCP’s by April 1st 2018.
High Needs refers to a young person whose home local authority has assessed them as requiring high needs support and a commissioned place has been agreed with the college.
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Leeds City College offers a large range of courses across 5 main campuses and 4 community centers across the region.
Contact our learning support team, high needs assessment manager and head of learning support
Find out more information on local authority local offers
Find out more on our high needs support at Leeds City College
Find out our college campuses on site facilities